It's very easy for international tourists to get Nepal visas. Travelers can enter the border and pay for the visas on condition that they have passport photos. If travelers arrive at Kathmandu airport, they don't have to show the passport photos. The visa can be paid in foreign currency, but only US dollars are accepted in some border crossings. The valid period of the passport must have more than six months, and one blank page is required for your visa.
All international tourists who travel to Nepal must hold the Nepal visa, but Indians are not included. Nepali embassies and consulates overseas don't have many complex processes to deal with visas. You can get your Nepalese visa on arrival when you reach Kathmandu's Tribhuvan Airport, road borders at Nepalganj, Birganj/Raxaul Bazaar, Sunauli, Kakarbhitta, Mahendranagar, Dhangadhi, and the China/Tibetan border - the Rasuwagadhi checkpoint.
For children whose ages are under 10, visas are also required but these are free. If you come from South Asian countries and China you must hold visas, except India. But you don't need to pay for visas if you only enter once in a calendar year. Travelers from SAARC countries will get a free visa for 30 days.
In order to save time when you arrive in Nepal, you can fill in an application form at Nepal official website http://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa and upload a digital photo in advance instead of doing it at the automatic registration machine. However, you should finish it less than 15 days early.
A Nepal visa valid for 15 days costs $25, for 30 days costs $40, and for 90 days costs $100. If you arrive at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan Airport, you can use foreign currency to pay for the visa. But if you arrive at land borders officials, you can only use small bills of US dollars.
The single-entry visa can be transferred into the multiple-entry visa. A multiple-entry visa is very useful for travelers who want to travel in Tibet, Bhutan or India. You can spend US$20 fee to get the Multiple-entry visa at Kathmandu's Central Immigration Office.
If your visa has out of date less than 30 days, you need to pay for $3 fine per day. The delay can make you miss the flight, so you'd better deal with your visa well at Kathmandu's Central Immigration Office before the deadline.
It's wise for tourists to prepare some passport photos in your bags. Because it could save much time when you are doing permits, visa applications, and other official documents.
Travelers can extend the valid period of visa in Kathmandu and Pokhara and they only need to pay $30 for 15 days. Then, the $2 will be added per day after that. Extending 30 days will cost you $50, and the multiple-entry visa needs $20. Compared with the extension of the 60-day visa, you'd better hold the 90-day visa.
To extend your visa, you should complete the requirement of the passport, the fee, one photo and an application online. The photoshops charge for Rs 250 for eight digital passport photos. When you are in a line, you can prepare these documents well in advance.
Normally, it takes travelers two hours to extend the visa, but you can pay Rs 300 for visa extensions for the purpose of saving time, and you will do it well within 10 minutes. Travel agencies also can help you deal with those things in several minutes.
The maximum of the extension days is 150 within a year. Before the deadline for the visa, you must buy the air ticket and leave the country.
The visa information will be updated at www.nepalimmigration.gov.np. Check the latest information at this website.
Nowadays, Indian visa is available online for travelers who fly to New Delhi. But if you don't have the Indian visa when you want to have an India overland trip, you can deal with the visa in Nepal in spite of the complex process.
Different nationalities have different prices for a six-month tourist visa. The fee for a six-month visa is Rs 4350 for most countries, Rs 1050 for a Japanese, Rs 6450 for an American, and Rs 13,600 for an English.
Most travelers should cost Rs 2300 of Transit visas, but it couldn't be extended once its issue.
If you want to trek in Tibetan remote areas, such as Manaslu, Mustang, Nar-Phu, Tsum Valley, Dolpo, Humla, and Kanchenjunga regions, you should hold the restricted area permit. The costs of permits are changeable, ranging from $10 to $500. With the help of tour agency, you can secure them.